Isabel Steinhardt regte auf Ihrem Blog und auf Twitter an, den in den nächsten Monaten vermutlich allen Lehrenden bevorstehenden Einstieg in die komplett virtuelle Lehre durch auto-ethnographisches Schreiben zu begleiten. Diese Anregung nehme ich…
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The Annual OPERAS Conference “Opening up Social Sciences in Europe: from Promises to Reality”, scheduled for 2–4 June 2020 at the Royal Library of Belgium (KBR) in Brussels, has been postponed due to the…
“Histories of Migrant Knowledge: Transatlantic and Global Perspectives,” edited by Andrea Westermann and Onur Erdur, Bulletin of the German Historical Institute Supplement 15 (2020).
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“I Study Who Was Mobile and How the State, Local Communities, and Residents Dealt With Migration” – 5in10 with Levke Harders
Levke Harders is currently Visiting Research Fellow at the German Historical Institute in Washington DC and Assistant Professor of Modern History and Gender History at Bielefeld University. She is currently…
Zaal Andronikashvili is a literary scholar and a research associate at the Leibniz Center for Literary and Cultural Research (ZfL) Berlin, where he is working on the project Literature in…
Während Friedrich von der Pfalz die Länder der böhmischen Krone bereiste, um dort die Huldigungen entgegenzunehmen und seine Herrschaft zu stabilisieren, organisierte sich im Reich eine Gegenbewegung. Am 16. März kamen einige Reichsstände in Mühlhausen zu Beratungen zusammen, die bis … Weiterlesen →
We are all historians of the present. At least we should be. Many fellow historians of knowledge are currently using a wide variety of media to share their experience and research in an effort to put the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic into context. Twitter is one medium where this conversation is especially lively, … Continue reading Viral Hive Knowledge: Twitter, Historians, and Coronavirus/COVID-19
Part of the TRAFO series “Reconstructing Neighborhoods of War” By Diana Zeidan Shattered neighborhoods and policies As part of its rebuilding strategy after the 2006 war, the Lebanese government put…
The new research project “Knowledge Unbound” is opening up innovative areas of research by focussing on key regions such as Africa, the Near and Middle East and the Pacific region.
Through playtime, Jewish refugee children in Shanghai acquired specific knowledge about their new home through sources unavailable to adults refugees.
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“Even after collecting hundreds of narratives, I find that each one surprises me” – 5in10 with Ilkay Yilmaz
İlkay Yılmaz is a 2020 Fellow of Europe in the Middle East – the Middle East in Europe (EUME), a research program of the Forum Transregionale Studien, and affiliated with…
Schon im Jahr zuvor hatte es immer wieder Werbungen gegeben. Und auch jetzt, den zu Ende gehenden Winter vor Augen, intensivierten alle Kriegsparteien ihre Anstrengungen, um neue Söldner zu gewinnen. Gerade der Niederrhein war eine Region, in der viele Kriegsknechte … Weiterlesen →
Call for Papers: Contested Meanings of Migration Facilitation: Emigration Agents, Coyotes, Rescuers, and Human Traffickers
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Towards a Locatedness of Postcolonial Knowledge: Report from the Exploratory Workshop “Postcolonial Critique”
By Dorota Kołodziejczyk In September 23rd-24th, 2019, the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Stiftung held a two-day workshop, Postcolonial Critique: Latin American and Eastern European Perspectivations (America South…
Wolf Gruner’s 2016 monograph is now available in English as ‘The Holocaust in Bohemia and Moravia: Czech Initiatives, German Policies, Jewish Responses.’
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Part of the TRAFO series “Reconstructing Neighborhoods of War” By Howayda Al-Harithy During the July 2006 war, Israel targeted various sites across Lebanon, including the southern town of Bint Jbeil….
Elena Giglia, Head of the Open Access Office at the University of Turin, was invited to present the work of the CO-OPERAS Implementation Network and ALLEA at the Open Science Conference 2020 in Berlin….